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Filmmaker James Cameron denies film rumors about OceanGate submarine disaster
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Filmmaker James Cameron spoke publicly on his social media about rumors that questioned him saying that he was preparing a film about the recent submarine disaster OceanGate. In his publication, the filmmaker responsible for Titanic apparently was bothered by the speculation:

I usually don't respond to offensive rumors in the media, but I need to now. I am NOT in talks about an OceanGate movie, and I never will be.“.


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Post by the filmmaker on his official Twitter. (Photo: Reproduction/Twitter/@JimCameron)


Last month, James commented on the missing submarine tragedy having similarities to the Titanic case of 1912: “I am struck by the similarity to the Titanic disaster itself, in which the captain was warned several times about ice in front of his ship, but continued at full speed into an ice field,” he began. “It is imperative that people understand that deep diving with a submersible is a mature art“.

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The filmmaker not only directed the feature film about the Titanic, but has already shared some maritime misadventures in the documentary “Ghosts of the Abyss“. Narrated by Bill Paxton (Big Love), the documentary fully explores and investigates the wreckage of the Titanic together with a team of scientists, filmmakers and historians.


Trailer for “Ghosts of the Abyss” directed by James Cameron. (Video: Reproduction/Youtube/Alejandro Olivo)


James is also known for his excellent fiction and action films such as “Terminator” (1984) “Aliens, The Rescue” (1986) “O Terminator 2 – Judgment Day” (1991) “True Lies” (1994) “Titanic” (1997), “Avatar” (2009) and “Avatar: The Path of Water” (2022). Outside the world of directing James was responsible for the script for “Strange Pleasures” (1995) and responsible for the executive production of “Thrill Seekers” (1991).

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The filmmaker embarked on a track of successes after making the film “Piranha 2: Flying Assassins” (1981), reaching the point of being on the list of directors with the biggest and best box office of all time. The director was able to showcase his talent with Titanic and Avatar, the two films remain to this day, as his favorite films and together they grossed more than US$2 billion worldwide.

Featured Photo: James Cameron responds to rumors about the OceanGate submarine film. Reproduction/Rolling Stone


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